16 days Activism 2019 in Buea.

NgangErnest
Posted January 3, 2020 from Cameroon
Matching at Molyko
Day of Joy for GBV
Sensitization on Gender Based Violence
Sensitization on Gender Based Violence: Group Picture (1/1)

Final day of 16 days of Activism was really the best as we match through the streets of Molyko chanting songs of no to rape and No to Gender Based Violence. 

 We were closed to 15 NGOs that participated and we finally stop at the Molyko Omisport Stadium where we took group pictures and continue the day with a round table discussion at Pan African institute to provide solutions to the so many cases we have and to increase response to Gender Based Violence. 

Survivors were told to speak out and not be ashamed of anything for they are not to be blame. 

 

#NoToRape

#GenerationEqulity

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Wusufor
Jan 03, 2020
Jan 03, 2020

Hi Ernest,
Wow wow, I like the way you are oranging the place haha. What a uniform presentation, amazing.
I could see it was really joy for you people this day haha. Thanks very much for sharing to inspired.
Have a great day.
Regards

Jill Langhus
Jan 04, 2020
Jan 04, 2020

Hi Ernest,

How are you? Sounds, and looks, powerful... thanks for sharing! What's your next event or goal?

Happy New Year!

NgangErnest
Jan 04, 2020
Jan 04, 2020

I am fine. My goal is to hold 4 events on Gender base violence events in my community.

My next event will be a gender base violence education at the University of Buea.

Jill Langhus
Jan 04, 2020
Jan 04, 2020

Good to hear! Wow! When are you planning on having the next event? Good luck, and looking forward to hearing more about it. I hope you have good turnout!

Anita Shrestha
Jan 04, 2020
Jan 04, 2020

Dear Sis
Thank you for sharing .

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Jan 06, 2020
Jan 06, 2020

Hello, Ernest,

Wow! I love this! Congratulations to you all for oranging the world! Thank you for sharing this with us!

lizzymark
Jan 06, 2020
Jan 06, 2020

Hi Ernest,a great effort there to say no to violence. Thanks for shearing.

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi
Jan 10, 2020
Jan 10, 2020

Hi Ernest,
Thank you for your post and for the work that you doing to end gender based violence. You are exemplary to other men and we appreciate your efforts.
Looking forward to listening to more of your stories.
Have a lovely day and great 2020

ARREY- ECHI
Jan 10, 2020
Jan 10, 2020

Hello Ernest,
Very well done to you and your team. It warms the heart to see more and more men joining the trail to orange the world and stop gender based violence. Your last line kept me cheering... victims not to be blamed for sure. They need to be told this all the time.
Keep Impacting.

Millynairi
Jan 22, 2020
Jan 22, 2020

Hello Ernest,
Yes, I stand against as well. It's evil. The uniform is awesome and has made the occasion more colorful.

KABAHENDA KIGGUNDU
Feb 03, 2020
Feb 03, 2020

It is very encouraging to see men in this campaign. Until women still sympthizing with the women's plight, the struggle will remain difficult.

When men begin to feel women's pain and to acknowledge it publically, then we shall see a change in the near future.
Congratulations on this initiative. Keep it up.

NgangErnest
Feb 03, 2020
Feb 03, 2020

Thanks. I will keep up with the empowering of women and girls. Thanks kabahenda.